Preprogrammed Voice Messages Incident Message Leader Activate DPS 1 Fire Temporal horn continuous-no voice message None 2 Tornado Tornado warning, take shelter Slow whoop Y 3 Active shooter Active Shooter, Police Responding, Stay in Place Attention Attention Y 4 General Alert WMU Alert, Check WMU homepage Attention Attention Y 5 This is a test This is a test of the emergency system Attention Attention Y 6 Test of fire alarm This is a test of the fire alarm Attention Attention Y 7 Test of active shooter This is a test of the active shooter alert 8 Test of tornado message This is a test of the tornado warning 9 Test of WMU Alert message This is a test of the WMU alert 10 All Clear test Testing has ended 11 All clear fire Fire emergency has ended 12 All clear general alert WMU alert has ended 13 All clear weather Tornado warning has ended 14 All clear active shooter Active shooter emergency has ended Attention Attention Attention Attention Attention Attention Attention Attention Attention Attention Attention Attention Attention Attention Attention Attention Activat e Local Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
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Template-Based Critiques Critiques Goal: To improve the quality of the critiques and to focus reviewer attention on the review criteria: •Provide clear, concise, and explicit information •Aid in identifying the strengths and weaknesses of each criterion
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Guidelines for Determining “arm’s length” Reviewers: Reviewer Qualifications Details Is this reviewer a current or former mentor/mentee? Former preceptors, thesis advisors, lab directors, or other industry experts that have had a role in your training and development are NOT considered arm’s-length. Former students, and/or post-graduate trainees are NOT considered arm’s-length. Is the reviewer from your former institution and/or region? In general, reviewers should NOT be from your former institution, regardless of professional relationship. Former faculty members, Chairs, Deans and/or colleagues who directly interacted with you in the course of your duties at your former institution(s) are NOT considered arm’s-length. Candidates should NOT list more than one reviewer from the same institution. Is this reviewer a current or former supervisor? Former lab directors, Chairs, Deans that directly supervised your duties and/or training at other institutions are NOT considered arm’s-length. Is this reviewer a close collaborator? If the reviewer has collaborated in a grant, published or been a co-applicant with you, within the last five years, the reviewer is NOT considered arm’s- length. Beyond that five year window, the reviewer may or may not be neutral depending on the nature of the relationship. Is this reviewer a close personal friend or a relative? If the reviewer has maintained a long-standing relationship that has extended beyond professional meetings or occasional communications, the reviewer is NOT considered arm’s-length. 26
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Guidelines for Determining “arm’s length” Reviewers: Reviewer Qualifications Details Is this reviewer a current or former mentor/mentee? Former preceptors, thesis advisors, lab directors, or other industry experts that have had a role in your training and development are NOT considered arm’s-length. Former students, and/or post-graduate trainees are NOT considered arm’s-length. Is the reviewer from your former institutions and/or regions? In general, reviewers should NOT be from your former institutions, regardless of professional relationship. Former faculty members, Chairs, Deans and/or colleagues who directly interacted with you in the course of your duties at your former institutions are NOT considered arm’s-length. Candidates should NOT list more than one reviewer from the same institution. Is this reviewer a current or former supervisor? Former lab directors, Chairs, Deans that directly supervised your duties and/or training at other institutions are NOT considered arm’s-length. Is this reviewer a close collaborator? If the reviewer has collaborated in a grant, published or been a co-applicant with you, within the last five years, the reviewer is NOT considered arm’s- length. Beyond that five year window, the reviewer may or may not be neutral depending on the nature of the relationship. Is this reviewer a close personal friend or a relative? If the reviewer has maintained a long-standing relationship that has extended beyond professional meetings or occasional communications, the reviewer is NOT considered arm’s-length. 26
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ADVANCEMENT: ONLINE COMMUNICATIONS: STATEMENT OF GOALS FOR 2014-2015 In the coming year, the web team will focus on increasing mobile accessibility and social media presence. These and other projects primarily support the institutional goals 1: Enrollment Development; 4: Technology; 7: Intellectual and Informational Resources; 8: Service Quality; and 9: External Quality Standards and Reputation. These projects will enhance Trinity’s image in the eyes of several key populations, and improve service to community members and visitors. Completely re-do the admissions site and overall site navigation to present the full range of academic offerings in a transparent and mobile-friendly manner. (Goal 1: Enrollment Development; Goal 4: Technology; Goal 7: Intellectual and Informational Resources; Goal 8: Service Quality, Middle States Standard 6, Integrity, Standard 8, Student Admissions and Retention, and Standard 11, Educational Offerings) Continue to increase social media presence: Increase volume and engagement across the Facebook, Twitter and Instagram platforms, and coordinate with other offices so that important Trinity information is disseminated on Social media as well as by email. (Goal 1, Enrollment Development; Goal 7, Intellectual and Informational Resources; Goal 9, External Quality Standards and Reputation, and Middle States Standard 3, Institutional Resources, Standard 8, Student Admissions and Retention) Enhance the Trinity Academic Center microsite with information for campaign donors. (Goal 2, Financial Performance; Goal 7, Intellectual and Informational Resources; Goal 10, Facilities and Campaign, and Middle States Standard 3, Institutional Resources) Survey all students, faculty and staff regarding satisfaction with the website and suggestions for improvement. (Goal 8, Service Quality, and Middle States Standard 7, Institutional Assessment) Continue online advertising with two goals: increase admissions traffic and increase brand awareness in target populations (Goal 1, Enrollment Development; Goal 9, External Quality Standards and Reputation and Middle States Standard 8, Student Admissions and Retention) Replace the decrepit home-grown online app with a flexible cloud-hosted system that will allow for Trinity growth in academic offerings and improve the online application user experience. (Goal 1: Enrollment Development, and Middle States Standard 8, Student Admissions and Retention) 80
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PEAQ (old) • Criterion One: Mission and Integrity • Criterion Two: Preparing for the Future • Criterion Three: Student Learning and Effective Teaching • Criterion Four: Acquisition, Discovery, and Application of Knowledge • Criterion Five: Engagement and Service PATHWAYS (new) • Criterion One. Mission • Criterion Two. Integrity: Ethical and Responsible Conduct • Criterion Three. Teaching and Learning: Quality, Resources, and Support • Criterion Four. Teaching and Learning: Evaluation and Improvement • Criterion Five. Resources, Planning, and Institutional Effectiveness
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Sample Rubric Objective: The student learning objective should go here. Accomplish ed (3) Competent (2) Developing (1) Not Observed (0) Element to be Scored Success Criteria Success Criteria Success Criteria Success Criteria Element to be Scored Success Criteria Success Criteria Success Criteria Success Criteria Element to be Scored Success Criteria Success Criteria Success Criteria Success Criteria Element to be Scored Success Criteria Success Criteria Success Criteria Success Criteria
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